If clothes make the man, Bob Huggins must now be considered a made man. Not made like Paulie Walnuts, who also lived in a tracksuit, on The Sopranos, but made as in completed, a finished product, a man sufficiently evolved to be -- at long last -- comfortable in his own skin (plus a thin layer of nylon).
After eight months in hibernation, ABC's "Lost" returns to television tonight to finally explain, among other things, the dazzling white light that ended the 2009 season not with a whimper, but with a bang.
Actor and filmmaker Joe Pantoliano, known for his role as Ralph Cifaretto on the HBO series "The Sopranos," attended the Democratic National Convention on Monday to raise awareness about people living with mental illness.
In his dishy new memoir, Young, Rich, and Dangerous: The Making of A Music Mogul, Jermaine Dupri looks back on his successful producing career and the big names he worked with – to say nothing of the one singer who stole his heart: Janet Jackson.
The Sopranos and 30 Rock took top honors, as best dramatic and comedy series, respectively, but it was often "Silent Night" at the 59th annual Primetime Emmy Awards - where such stalwarts as Sally Field and Ray Romano had their onstage comments bleeped.
Besides the possibility of host Ryan Seacrest singing and dancing, Sunday night's 59th annual Emmy Awards will feature the spectacle of doctors going head-to-head against mobsters - or, to be more precise, Grey's Anatomy braving it out for the gold against The Sopranos.
Long hailed as one of the finest series in television history, "The Sopranos" finished its seven-season, 10-year run in a fitting manner: as the outstanding dramatic series of the year at Sunday's 59th annual Primetime Emmy Awards.
Grey's Anatomy is in the race for top TV drama at the 59th annual Emmy Awards, with four of its stars (T.R. Knight, Sandra Oh, Chandra Wilson and Katherine Heigl) scoring supporting acting nods, it was announced Thursday morning.
Cable television shows, unless they are the series finale of "The Sopranos," often don't generate the types of ratings that come anything close to what even the least-watched programs on the free broadcast networks get. But cable TV is actually among the hotter segments of the media business these days.
A friend recently warned me that you never want to live in two places, that you want to be focused on the job at hand. Nonetheless, all of the writers at my dinner table Sunday night before Game 2 were discussing The Sopranos.
You let the holidays come and go without pulling the trigger. But March Madness looms, not to mention the new season of "The Sopranos." You know it's time to go high definition, but with all the 1080p's and HD MIs and whatever, buying the right TV seems as straightforward as buying the right nuclear submarine. Good news: Now that prices, and the technology, have stabilized, HD is officially a no-brainer. So take this guide and pick your set.
As a boy, Jeff Bewkes dreamed of becoming the captain of a small ship. A fast ship, he says now. He'd do some unconventional thing that leads to a big ship, part of a fleet. He'd face the inevitable problems [caused by] the misactions of the others. And then ... somehow prevail.